Origen Contra Celsum

Author: Origen
Editor: Cambridge University Press
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The English translation not only focuses closely on the text, it also has illuminating notes and discussions on the philosophers.

Contra Celsum

Author: OrĂ­genes
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A critical edition of Origen's main and longest work "Contra Celsum."

Origen S Contra Celsum

Author: William Selwyn
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ISBN: 1556350651
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Presented here for the first time in years is Selwyn's edition to the Greek text of the first four books of Origen's 'Contra Celsum', the culmination of the apologetic movement of the second and third centuries and one of the great works of the early Eastern Church.

Ante Nicene Christian Library Origen Contra Celsum 1872

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Origenes Contra Celsum Libri Viii

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A critical edition of Origen's main and longest work Contra Celsum.

The Writings Of Origen 2 Origen Contra Celsum Books Ii Viii

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Ante Nicene Christian Library

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Origen Contra Celsum

Author: Origen
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139935496
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Few works of the early Church are as interesting to the modern reader or as important to the historian as Origen's reply to the attack on Christianity made by the pagan Celsus. The Contra Celsum is the culmination of the great apologetic movement of the second and third centuries AD, and is for the Greek Church what St Augustine's City of God is for Western Christendom. It is also one of the chief monuments of the coming together of ancient Greek culture and the new faith of the expanding Christian society. Thus Origen's work is of interest not only to the historian and theologian, but also to the hellenist. Professor Chadwick's English translation is preceded by a substantial introduction which includes discussion on Celsus' date, identity and theological outlook, as well as an account of Origen's philosophical background and method. The notes elucidate the many obscure allusions of a difficult text.